From Chapter One, “Ontology”:
Evolution is emerging as a central theoretical term bridging mainstream and heterodox economics. This points towards the naturalization of economics. However, in spite of the adherence to physicalist models in mainstream economics, it remains essentially a Geisteswissenschaft, because its underlying theory of mind is mentalistic, in the sense of Cartesian dualism. . . . → Read More: BOOK: The Foundations of Evolutionary Economics by Carsten Herrmann-Pillathn
Sometime in the 1940s Hayek’ presented a popular version of the arguments found in his “Use of Knowledge in Society” and “Collectivist Economic Planning” essays to the Oxford University Liberal Club, which was published in the mimeographed “official organ” of that club called “The Liberal Review”.
The essay is six single-spaced pages of manual typewriter . . . → Read More: STUFF BY HAYEK YOU’VE NEVER READ — “THE ECONOMICS OF PLANNING”
CALL FOR PAPERS
Hayek in Mind: Hayek’s Philosophical Psychology Leslie Marsh, Volume Editor Advances in Austrian Economics
Hayek’s philosophical psychology as set out in his The Sensory Order (1952) has, for the most part, been a neglected work. Social theory, Hayek’s traditional disciplinary constituency, has recently begun to take note and examine its place in the complete Hayek corpus. Despite being . . . → Read More: call for papers: Hayek in Mind — Hayek’s Philosophical Psychology